“He’s coming… to HBO Max.”
According to WarnerMedia Chairman Bob Greenblatt, Zack Snyder’s Justice League could have a higher budget than previously believed.
Former Batman actor Ben Affleck expresses his enthusiasm for Zack Snyder’s fully realized vision for Justice League.
Deborah Snyder shares her thoughts on her husband, Zack Snyder, returning to finish his vision for the Justice League.
James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad will reunite the director with composer Tyler Bates for the sixth time.
The director of Wonder Woman 1984 sheds light on the decision to use Kristen Wiig’s Cheetah and Pedro Pascal’s Max Lord in the sequel.
Warner Bros. lines up a PG-13 rating for Wonder Woman: 1984, and insists that the film will be released in theaters this summer.
Director David Ayer says that Suicide Squad dropped the ball with Harley Quinn’s story and promised to do better in the future.
A trio of DC superhero movies have been pushed back, thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
According to Matt Reeves, only 25% of The Batman has been filmed, and he remains satisfied with the script that he wrote.
Director Matt Reeves explains why his take on the Dark Knight has a “humanist bent” on Bruce Wayne’s personal struggle.
During a Shazam! streaming event, director David F. Sandberg offered an update about the sequel’s production.
According to director Matt Reeves, The Batman’s cast and crew are staying safe as they await the greenlight to continue filming.
Wonder Woman 1984 has become the latest summer movie to move out of the path of the coronavirus crisis.
David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick says the next Aquaman movie will be inspired by the Silver Age comics with Black Manta.
Despite a widespread report that Wonder Woman 1984 could go direct to digital release, Warner Bros. is shooting down the story.
Birds of Prey is hitting digital platforms early on Tuesday, March 24.
Two of Warner Bros.’ high profile sequels are temporarily coming to a halt during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Warner Bros. drops new Wonder Woman 1984 posters for Diana, Steve Trevor, Barbara Minerva, and Maxwell Lord.
t CCXP, Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot unveiled the first trailer for Wonder Woman 1984!
Princess Diana is back in action in the ’80s in Warner Bros.’ first glimpse from Wonder Woman 1984.